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More 2E stuff
09-14-2011, 01:15 PM
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More 2E stuff
It may or may not be useful, but I decided to go through all the 2E codes to see what happens. Found the following:

0x2ED7 - pops up an alert window (with ok button);
0x2EC7 - prints text on the screen than fades out text;

0x2EE7 - Tip window, but i don't have the correct format for it. So it crashes and doesn't come back up.

some colors for System messages:

ORANGE = 0x2E17;
RED = 0x2E47;
CYAN = 0x2E77;
YELLOW = 0x2E87;
PINK = 0x2EF7;
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09-18-2011, 07:08 AM (This post was last modified: 09-18-2011 02:34 PM by Parallax.)
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RE: More 2E stuff
Quote:0x2ED7 - pops up an alert window (with ok button);
0x2EC7 - prints text on the screen than fades out text;

0x2EE7 - Tip window, but i don't have the correct format for it. So it crashes and doesn't come back up.

some colors for System messages:

ORANGE = 0x2E17;
RED = 0x2E47;
CYAN = 0x2E77;
YELLOW = 0x2E87;
PINK = 0x2EF7;
I just went through them myself. Anything higher that 08 is a special message type:
[From my guide: (Still WIP)]
In the database, I note that some packets loop around. So 10 corresponds to Area Chat, 11 is whisper, 13 is faction, and so on. 2e17 is system messages for archive keys, 2e20 is white system emotes. 27, 37 are orange. 2e27 = “You have Dropped a luggable”.
2e37 = Destination you wish to reach is not available. You've been redirected to the loading area.
2e67 = You have died/been defeated. Type /reconstruct (red).
2ea7 = You cannot search the container at this time/Item is not a weapon.
2eb7 = Ability is already equipped.
2ec7 = Orange system user text?
2ed7 = Alert: [Custom text can go here]
Of course, there may be more in these headers, but there were only a few examples in the database. Time to start hacking. Rolleyes
If I had played MxO longer I would be able to explain why a user can print to system. Unless it was an admin?

EDIT: I updated the packet guide, you guys can grab it from my sig and see if you can make a bit more sense out of what I found. I figured an extra 10 pages was enough for one update. Now to get cracking on 4.0. I'll probably end up making that one hexadecimal order, that way it will be easier to find the ones you want (if similar packets will always be close to each other.)

Packets Info Packet (updated 09/17/2011)
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